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Chaos coming to Waldameer


Waldameer Park & Water World, Pennsylvania, is adding a new Zamperla Midi Discovery for the 2019 season. To be called Chaos, the $1.2 million pendulum ride is the compact version of Zamperla’s Discovery. Suspended from an overhead axis, riders are secured with over the shoulder safety harnesses to their outward looking seats – then, the deck drops and Chaos begins to swing. Chaos seats 16 people, facing outward, in a


circular gondola with their legs dangling beneath them. While the gondola rotates 360º, it will swing back and forth on its axis and eventually in a full circle, making it the first ride at Waldameer to turn riders upside down. But the ride won’t always flip guests; according to Paul Nelson, the owner of Waldameer Park & Water World, Chaos may only swing during daytime hours when more families are at the park, but will rev up the speed in later hours to build the momentum needed to take riders upside down. Chaos will be located east of Waldameer’s train


station in an area now occupied by picnic tables, and after dark the ride will be illuminated by a dynamic light package. Its smaller size means that Waldameer won’t have to remove any of its existing rides, and the lost picnic facilities will be relocated to another area of the park.


Hatten Land and Polin join forces for Malaysian water park


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Slated to open in the first half of 2020, the project will help revitalise the city’s tourism industry, as well as open up economic and job opportunities. Located on the 14th floor of Harbour City @


Melaka, a mixed development shaped like a large ship, the four-storey Splash World @ Harbour City is the first ‘in the sky’ theme park that will offer an indoor and outdoor waterpark experience with more than one kilometre of water slides. A man-made river will meander over two floors to


intertwine more than 50 attractions, including 11 extreme slides for thrill-seekers, a Sky Beach, and a dedicated children’s water play park. After dark, the Cosmic Waters light show will illuminate the park, accompanied by a water circus, trapeze stunts and other entertainment in a special amphitheatre.


Hatten land will span 500,000 sq ft, capable of accommodating up to 5,200 visitors, and is due for completion by the end of 2019, with the first visitors being able to explore the park in the first half of 2020. Hatten Land, listed on the Singapore Exchange and


part of the conglomerate Hatten Group, will develop the project. Samsung C&T Corporation of South Korea will be operation advisor and consultant, while Polin Waterparks, headquartered in Turkey, will design and manufacture the water slide attractions.


Records set to be shattered at Canada’s Wonderland


Ontario-based theme park, Canada’s Wonderland, is set to welcome Yukon Striker, a dive coaster that will transform the park’s skyline. Yukon Striker will be


the longest, fastest, and tallest dive roller coaster in the world, situated in the newly themed area Frontier Canada, as well as the park’s 7th coaster, placing Canada’s Wonderland among the world’s top three amusement parks with the most roller coasters. Designed by Bolliger & Mabillard, Yukon Striker


promises a thrilling journey along its 3,625 feet of mountainous track, treating guests to a view stretching to the Toronto skyline. The coaster features a “hold and dive” element where riders hang on the edge of their seats, on one of three wide, floorless trains each carrying 24 passengers in one of three eight-seat rows, awaiting the 90º, 245 foot drop. Once released, the coaster dives from zero to 80 mph down into an underwater tunnel before soaring


up over the steel track, propelling riders through four dynamic inversions and gravity-defying weightlessness. The entire ride takes just over two minutes with more than 60 seconds in the thrill zone. Frontier Canada’s arrival at Canada’s


Wonderland is more than 37 years in the making, as it was originally planned and designed as one of five themed sections to be developed for the park’s opening in 1981. The area will represent the rugged Yukon back-country during the Klondike Gold Rush era of the late 1890s. Yukon Striker will join rides Lumberjack, Flying Canoes, Mighty Canadian Minebuster, Soaring Timbers, Timberwolf Falls, and White Water Canyon as the signature attractions in this newly themed section of the park.


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n a collaboration Polin Waterparks and Samsung C&T, Hatten Land has unveiled plans to build a $49m water theme park in Melaka,


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